Kesha wrote 14 songs in treatment: 'I'm making a new record that I'm proud of'
Pop sensation Kesha has revealed that she penned numerous songs while in a rehabilitation centre dealing with an eating disorder and finally feels as though she can make a record to be genuinely proud of.
She confessed to Teen Vogue that while in treatment, she wrote a total of 14 songs on a Casio toy keyboard and found it to be an enlightening process, unlike the creative stretch that produced her last album 'Warrior':
"The whole process has made me so much stronger and ready to take my life by the horns and make a record that I’m going to be proud of and not care what anybody else thinks! Making my last record, 'Warrior', was a pretty miserable process, and it wore my spirit down."
She added: "I was fighting like hell to keep my whole irreverent essence and everything raw and visceral that I stand for in it, but in the end I was promoting something that wasn’t the animal I wanted it to be. I decided to face my problem head-on.”
The 'Blow' beauty also stressed that there was nothing else behind her trip to rehab despite the pesky rumours that keep appearing: "My eating disorder is something I’ve been struggling with for a while. People will make up stories, but I went to rehab for an eating disorder — nothing more and nothing less.”
Watch behind-the-scenes footage of Kesha's Teen Vogue cover shoot here:
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